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الأمن السوداني يستعيد طالبة طب اختفت في ظروف غامضة

الخرطوم 16 أغسطس 2018- أعلن جهاز الأمن والمخابرات السوداني الخميس تمكنه من استعادة طالبة جامعية أعلنت أسرتها عن اختفاءها في ظروف غامضة قبل نحو عشرة أيام.
ونشرت أسرة الطالبة صفاء عمر زين العابدين مطلع الأسبوع الماضي تعميما في وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي تطلب فيه المساعدة بالبحث عن الشابة التي غادرت منزل ذويها الى جامعة الزعيم الأزهري حيث تدرس في المستوى الثاني بكلية الطب لكنها لم تعد.
وقال مسؤول الإعلام بالجهاز في بيان اطلعت عليه (سودان تربيون) إن الجهاز تمكنت من التوصل الى الشابة في ولاية غرب دارفور وارجاعها مساء الخميس الى الخرطوم.
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World: Global Weather Hazards Summary: August 17 – 23, 2018

Source: Famine Early Warning System Network
Country: Afghanistan, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kazakhstan, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, World

Flooding recorded in the Sahel, while dryness strengthens in Ethiopia

  1. The forecast for abovenormal rains during the outlook period is likely to cause flooding in Mali, Burkina Faso, and western Niger.

  2. Several weeks of above-average rainfall has damaged infrastructure and caused fatalities in Sudan. Continuing rainfall may trigger additional floods through mid-August.

  3. Poorly distributed rainfall since June has resulted in significant moisture deficits and deteriorated ground conditions across parts of western Uganda, northeastern DRC, and southern South Sudan.

  4. Rainfall deficits are increasing across parts of Ethiopia. The SNNPR, central Oromia, and northern Somali States show signs of moisture stress and degraded ground conditions.

  5. Several weeks delay to the start of rains in western Senegal has led to abnormal dryness

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Niger: IOM Quarterly Regional Report – West and Central Africa: Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) January – March 2018

Source: International Organization for Migration
Country: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gambia, Guinea, Italy, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, South Sudan, Spain, Sudan, Togo, World

POPULATION MOBILITY OVERVIEW

Three major mobility patterns shaped West and Central African flows in the last three months. The first is a pattern of forced internal displacement flows, mainly as a result of the Lake Chad Basin Crisis. The Crisis directly affecting nearly 4 million persons with more than 2.27 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) and 1.49 million returns in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger.

IOM’s DTM implementation is active in all four countries (DTM conducted by IOM Niger consists only in intention surveys, no displacement data is collected) and works alongside government and partners to track and moni-tor population mobility. In Nige-ria and Chad, in addition to providing figures on displacement,

IOM DTM is also conducting registration exercises to support direct programming. Intra-regional labour migration flows form a second mobility pattern. These flows mostly follow the main transport axis of the region as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) regulations allow nationals from the community to travel freely between those countries.

Intra-regional migration, which has remained relatively constant over time, is the main mobility pattern observed by IOM Flow Monitoring teams (nearly 90% of all flows observed are internal to the region).
A third, inter-regional, set of flows has shown greatest variation in the last three months compared to 2017. These flows connect Mali, Niger and North African countries (specifically Libya, Algeria and Morocco).

IOM DTM teams located in the north of Mali and Niger collected data on migration movements both arriving to and departing various location assessed (Arlit and Séguédine in Niger, Gao in Mali) in 2017 and 2018. Movements observed between Mali, Niger, Algeria, Libya and Morocco continue but some changes in the volume of flows have been noted in Mali and Niger in comparison to last year. In Mali, movements have been stable throughout the last three months (same daily average of 238 individuals arriving at FMPs in Mali in January and March) but are increasing compared to the same period last year (a total 283 arrivals to FMPs in Mali noted in March 2017 compared to 3,605 observed in March 2018). In Niger, movements captured by IOM FMPs have increased over the reporting period (daily average of 305 in January and 361 in March) but have decreased compared to the same period last year (13,218 individuals observed in March 2017 and 9,940 in March 2018). In addition, significant returns are noted from Algeria to Niger and Mali. In 2018 alone, IOM teams in Niger reported that more than 6,700 migrants, have been returned from Algeria. Additional returns observed from Mali have been accounted for by IOM teams (IOM Niger (April 2018), Statistical Summary of Returns from Algeria).

IOM DTM is active along the main migration routes of the region to capture and report on migration movements (whether they are intraregional or interregional).

Flow monitoring activities are ongoing in Senegal, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and Chad to collect data on migration movements and develop profiles of mobility patterns.

DTM is also active in various countries affected by significant displacements. In Mali, the DTM is a shared responsibility of the government and IOM. In the Central African Republic, IOM is also covering a large area of hard-to-reach regions to support humanitarian assistance, in the course of and for the purpose of which it is collecting data on displacement.

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World: Food Assistance Outlook Brief, August 2018

Source: Famine Early Warning System Network
Country: Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, …

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Posted in الخرطوم العون الانساني حوادث وكوارث طبيعية مقال واجهة ثانوي

مساعدات مصرية لمتضرري السيول والأمطار في السودان

الخرطوم 16 أغسطس 2018- أرسلت الحكومة المصرية، الخميس أربع طائرات عسكرية تحمل ما يقارب 50 طن مساعدات لمتضرري السيول والأمطار في السودان.
وتضررت مناطق واسعة في السودان من أمطار وسيول جارفة أدت لمصرع ما لا يقل عن 10 أشخاص في الخرطوم وانهيار العديد من المنازل والمباني في مناطق متفرقة من العاصمة وبعض الولايات.
واستقبل طائرات العوان المصري مسؤولين سودانيين يتقدمهم وكيل وزارة الخارجية عبد الغني النعيم ومفوض العون الإنساني أحمد محمد آدم بجانب مساعد وزير الخارجية المصري للسودان وجنوب السودان حسام عيسى والسفير المصري بالسودان، أسامة شلتوت وعدد من ضباط القوات (…)


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World: UNHCR Chief praises ‘life and death’ decisions taken by aid workers

Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Bangladesh, Central African Republic, Nigeria, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, World
Ahead of World Humanitarian Day, Filippo Grandi honours humanitarians who lost their lives helping those in need …

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Posted in جنوب السودان مقال واجهة ثانوي

كير يحث 14 والي على الاستعداد للتخلي عن مناصبهم للمعارضة

جوبا 16 أغسطس 2018- قال رئيس حكومة جنوب السودان سلفا كير الأربعاء إن على بعض الولاة الاستعداد لتنفيذ اتفاق السلام، مضيفًا أن حكومته ستخسر 14 منصباً من حكام الولايات بما يتماشى مع اتفاق تقاسم السلطة.
ووفقاً لاتفاقية الحكم المنشطة التي وقعت في 5 أغسطس في الخرطوم تحتفظ حكومة الرئيس كير ب 55٪ من الولايات الـ 32، وحركة المعارضة الرئيسية بقيادة نائب الرئيس السابق رياك مشار بـ 27٪ و10٪ لتحالف المعارضة في جنوب السودان و8٪ ستذهب إلى الاحزاب السياسية الأخرى.
كما ينص الاتفاق على أن هذه النسبة ستطبق في تقاسم السلطة على مستوى الحكومات المحلية، وهي مسألة رفضتها (…)


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Posted in الخبر الرئيسي جنوب السودان

حركة مشار تنتقد تهديدات حكومية بإعادة حبس زعيمها في جنوب إفريقيا

جوبا 16 أغسطس 2018-طالبت حركة المعارضة الرئيسية في جنوب السودان بقيادة نائب الرئيس السابق رياك مشار باعتذار رسمي من سفير جنوب السودان لدى الخرطوم مايان دوت بعد تهديده بإعادة اعتقال زعيمها مشار.
وقال السفير دوت، وهو عضو في فريق التفاوض الحكومي في محادثات السلام الجارية في الخرطوم، إن مشار سُيعاد اعتقاله وحبسه مرة أخرى في جنوب إفريقيا إذا استمرت مجموعته في عرقلة المرحلة الأخيرة من محادثات السلام.
وأدلى الدبلوماسي الجنوب سوداني بتصريحاته خلال اجتماع للجنة اختصاصات الرئيس ونائبه الأول ونوابه الأربعة الآخرين.
وانسحب وفد حركة مشار من قاعة الاجتماع ومن ثم بعث (…)


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Sudan: Flow Monitoring: Amiet – Abyei: Long term trend overview: December 2017 – June 2018

Source: International Organization for Migration
Country: South Sudan, Sudan

IOM DTM is measuring migration to and from Sudan passing through Abyei Town (Amiet Market). Migration to Sudan has been 4.5 times higher than movement from Sudan into South S…

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South Sudan: IOM Event Tracking: Abyei, Ameth Aguok (4 August 2018)

Source: International Organization for Migration
Country: South Sudan

Background

In mid-July, armed attacks in the Dungop in Abyei led to the displacement of 150 individuals (30 households) to Abyei’s Ameth Aguok region. In early August, humanitarian…

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Kenya: Kenya: Food Assistance Fact Sheet – August 15, 2018

Source: US Agency for International Development
Country: Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, United States of America

Situation

Poverty, food insecurity, undernutrition and income inequality remain high in Kenya, particularly in the arid and semi-arid la…

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Gunmen attack commercial vehicle along Torit-Kapoeta road, one injured

Gunmen on Monday night attacked a commercial vehicle at Hiyala area along the Torit-Kaoeta road, inuring the driver.

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Government official threatens to return Machar to South Africa house arrest

South Sudanese Ambassador to Sudan, Mayen Dut Wol yesterday threatened Riek Machar with return to South Africa if he does not concede powers he claims in the South Sudan Presidency. “Machar will be arrested again and will be taken back to South Africa in case he does not want to concede his powers previously set forth in […]

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Government official threatens to return Machar to South Africa house arrest

South Sudanese Ambassador to Sudan, Mayen Dut Wol yesterday threatened Riek Machar with return to South Africa if he does not concede powers he claims in the South Sudan Presidency. “Machar will be arrested again and will be taken back to South Africa in case he does not want to concede his powers previously set forth in […]

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‘Stop harmful sugar from entering S Sudan’

The Secretary-General of the Chamber of Commerce has appealed to the Bureau of Standards and the ministry of Trade to ensure that trucks of contaminated sugar allegedly destined for South Sudan do not enter the…

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Sudan capital awash after heavy downpours

The Sudanese capital of Khartoum, at the confluence of the White and Blue Nile, experienced torrential rains that lasted for several hours, causing extensive flooding in much of the city, forcing services, shops, and traffic to come to a halt.

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Akurwa county officials say ‘alarmed’ at NDM troop movements

Authorities in South Sudan’s Fashoda State have complained of “alarming” movements of troops loyal to NDM leader Lam Akol Ajawin.

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South Sudan talks deadlocked over Machar’s powers

Talks to resolve the pending issues in the peace deal were deadlocked on Thursday as the parties bickered over powers and competencies of the first vice president, according to officials at the peace talks. “There are differences because the SPLM-IO insisted on maintaining the functions of the first vice president stipulated in the previous agreement, […]

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